Seth Gulledge is a current 2L at Campbell University Law School. He is also enrolled at Nottingham Trent University in England, concurrently earning an LLM in International Law and writing a dissertation on North Carolina criminal procedure related to due process and the right to trial. He plans to pursue a career in criminal and governmental law post-graduation.

In addition to his studies, Seth works as a American Bar Association Fellow studying police practices, and interns at a criminal defense firm in Raleigh. He has previously worked as a Torts Research Scholar researching common-law remedies related to user data collection by social media companies (with a focus on TikTok and biometric data) and serves on numerous pro-bono projects and student groups.

Prior to law school, Seth worked as a reporter in central and eastern North Carolina, first as a political reporter at The Daily Reflector in Greenville, N.C. and then as a Health Care reporter for the Triangle Business Journal in Raleigh.

Originally born in Charlotte, Seth grew up in Youngsville N.C. located in Franklin County. He attended East Carolina University, where he double majored in English and Great Books of the Western World. During his time at ECU, he worked extensively at the school’s newspaper, ultimately serving as its Editor-in-Chief during his senior year.

In his free time (whatever is left lately) Seth enjoys reading, writing, fishing and volunteering. Also let’s be honest, binging as much Netflix as anyone else in this generation.